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BOOK REVIEWS. 345 

Richmond, Mary E. What is Social Case Work? New York: Russell Sage 

Foundation, 1922. Pp. 268. Price, $1.00 net. 
Robinson, Louis N. Penology in the United States. Philadelphia: The John 

C. Winston Co., 1921. Pp. ix, 344. Price, $3.00 net. 
Rotden, A. M. Sex and Common Sense. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1921. 

Pp. 192. Price, 4s. 6d. net. 
Sceugham, Mart. The Peaceable Americans of 1860-1861. No. 219 of 

Columbia University Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, 1921. 

Pp. 125. 
Sellars, Rot Wood. Evolutionary Naturalism. Chicago, London: The 

Open Court Publishing Co., 1922. Pp. xiii, 343. Price, $2.50. 
Sencotjrt, R. Purse and Politics. London: G. Allen & Unwin, Ltd., 1921. 

Pp. 250. Price, 7s. 6d. net. 
Spiller, G. A New System of Scientific Procedure. London: Walter & Co., 

1921. Pp. ix, 441. 
Stoweli., Ellert C. Intervention in International Law. Washington: 

John Byrne & Co., 1921. Pp. vi, 558. 
Swanwick, H. M. Women in the Socialist State. London: International 

Bookshops, 1921. Pp. xx, 108. Price, 3s. 6d. net. 
Unamuno, Miguel de. The Tragic Sense of Life. Translated by J. E. 

Crawford Hitch, with an introductory essay by Salvador de Madariaga. 

London: Macmillan & Co., 1921. Pp. xxvi, 332. Price, 17s. net. 
Vanderlip, Frank A. What Next in Europe? New York: Harcourt, 

Brace & Co., 1922. Pp. vi, 308. Price, $2.00. 
Westermarck, Edward. The History of Human Marriage. London: 

Macmillan & Co., 1921. In 3 volumes. Vol. I, pp. xxiv, 566; Vol. II, pp. xii, 

595; Vol. Ill, pp. viii, 587. Price, 4 guineas net. 
While, E. M. The Philosophy of Citizenship: an Introduction to Civics for 

Adults. London: G. Allen & Unwin, Ltd., 1921. Pp. 128. 
Woods, Anderson. The Great Quest. Pp. ii, 196. 
Woodworth, Robert S. Psychology. A Study of Mental Life. New York : 

Henry Holt & Co., 1921. Pp. x, 580. 



INTERNATIONAL MORAL EDUCATION CONGRESS 

The third International Moral Education Congress is to be held at 
Geneva July 28th to August 1st, 1922. In connection with the two pre- 
vious congresses of 1908 and 1912, important volumes of studies in moral 
education were published. It is hoped that Americans will be interested 
to attend and take part in this congress. Dr. Felix Adler and President 
Nicholas Murray Butler are American members of the International Ex- 
ecutive Council. The President of the congress is Sir Frederick Pollock. 
The Honorable Secretary is Mr. F. J. Gould, whose address is Armorel, 
Woodfield Ave., Ealing, London, W. 5. 



Note. The essay printed in the last Journal under the title "What is 
Liberty when two or more persons are concerned? " was received from the 
author with the title "What is Liberty? " The author now writes that the 
addition, which for lack of time was not submitted to him, is inaccurate, 
as the conception of Liberty reached in the essay covers the case also when 
but one person is concerned.